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arena.... and they have nothing to do with basketball. the milwaukee bucks hopes its new home will attract a variety of major events - including some big names in music. a.j. bayatpour explains. beams emerging from the ground near 4th and juneau now resemble the skeleton of a seating bowl. as the new arena starts to take shape, the bucks confirm they're hoping to draw bigger concerts and more o a lot of these joints wouldnt even be here without those facilities. one block over at buck bradley's, it's music to owner wally paget's ears. he says big-name concerts bring in crowds only a handful of sporting events can. its similar to if the bucks are playing, as they did on saturday, golden state or if theyre playing cleveland, or if marquette plays wisconsin or the ncaas. the c-e-o of the bmo
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track to present 12 to 15 major concerts in 2017, which is in the range of what it has presented in recent years." the bucks say they hope the new arena will host 20 or more major concerts. they say it'll be attractive to top artists because better acoustics are part of the design and most of its seats will be in the lower deck, which will also be shaped for better stage viewing. it definitely helps a lot of businesses when theres a bradley center event. rob settecase owns ugly's, a relative newcomer to old world 3rd. he says more big-name co neighborhood - they'd help the city. definitely brings a different demographic of people, people that usually dont come down here, people from the suburbs, people from madison. it definitely makes a huge difference when theres an event like keith urban or garth brooks. steve costello from the bradley center says over the last decade, the number of concerts in a year has ranged between 10 and 19. both he and the bucks believe most of the bradley center staff will transfer to the new arena, which
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bayatpour fox 6 news. chewing tobacco is no longer allowed at milwaukee sports venues. milwaukee common council members voted 14-to-one today to adopt the ban. the move is meant to discourage big league ballplayers from "dipping" during games in milwaukee. supporters of the ban say it's a bad example for kids to see ei something bad for their health. by the start of next season, smokeless tobacco bans are expected to be in place at 11 of the 30 major league ballparks - not including milwaukee. new tonight - a popular ski and snowboarding destination in wisconsin is making a multi-million dollar expansion this year. cascade mountain is located just off interstate 90-94 in portage. it opened in 1962 with one chair lift, 17 employees and 70 customers,. but this year's $9 million makeover is their biggest
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always something going on. this guy is clearing a trail, these guys are building a bridge,' the first of a three phase project should be complete this winter season. expect to see eight new trails, an expanded main lodge, and two new ski lifts including the cindy pop express that goes about three football fields further up a hill. ugly, awful and horrid. three pretty good words to describe sunday's packers loss t photojournalist mickie leach can change your perspective a bit. here's his
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packers ... ex-pro bowl running back ahman green says he wants to help green bay get back to their winning ways ... as a coach. tmz sports spoke with green -- who played 8 seasons in the frozen tundra -- and he tells tmz he's already reached out to coach mike mccarthy about joining the staff. he says he wants to help the running back crew. the packers are 4-5 and struggling in
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was a 4 time pro bowler and the 2003 nfc offensive player of the year! heads up all you home cooks.. a massive gravy recall tonight - why you might not want to serve it this holiday. and what to do about lead in the water - it's a 'big health concern' in milwaukee.. so why are some city leaders.. pushing it off. and alarming video - police tase a woman in a wheelchair - twice! what lead up to the confrontation. you are heading north tomorrow you'll want to pay close attention. i'll show you who is getting the rain and the snow coming up in your fox6
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anna faris gets hit with a 5-thousand dollar fine... and james corden has a new gig... the details are in
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three comedy specials exclusively for netflix. chappelle and his director will team- up to produce one standup show, and two unseen concert specials from chappelle's comedy vault. anna faris is facing a hefty fine for breaking her animal shelter contract. according to tmz, faris dog was found starving on the streets of north hollywood, friday... after she gave the dog to another family. faris had signed adoption paperwork prom penalty if she ever gave the dog away. james corden is hosting this grammy awards.... in a statement, corden said he feels quote- "incredibly lucky to be part of such an incredible night." corden hosted the tony awards earlier this year. the grammys air on february 12. that's the buzz. and breaking buzz news - the fbi says there's nothing to investigate with brad pitt and
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maddox ... there had been an investigation into child abuse. brad and angelina are still at war over custody of their 6 kids. she wants sole physical custody and he's asking the divorce judge for joint custody. get ready for some wet weather weather expert tom wachs is coming up with the forecast. could it be perhaps - a so-called transgender deer? the unusual deer caught up north.. and how often this happens? and how's this for scary - a open up while you're driving! the recall you need to see
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no more games, jerry. you saw the deal and hustled to u.s. cellular to get yourself the samsung galaxy s7 and 500 bucks. maybe. "maybe," jer-bear? hmm? got your phone and your $500 and put it under your own tree. that's your writing! you after santa's job? it was a one-day deal.
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ime to gift yourself. get a samsung galaxy s7 this friday
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just took off" but he didn't get away...find out how an uber driver...and a not-so-smart crook led to this guy getting his car back. ------------ 22:43 im jenna sachs. trouble in toyland. the recalled toys youll want to make sure dont end up on your kids christmas list, coming up. --------- also at ten--a brookfield man turns 50 and celebrates by.....running 50 miles. why something he did 25 years ago fueled this long run tonight at ten. there are already more than 883- thousand flights booked -- chicago's o'hare international airport is expected to be the second- busiest in the country for holiday travelers. those are just passengers who have booked departures from o'hare -- with thousands more coming through on connecting flights. the majority of those flights will be happening between today and sunday. a bit of good news: o'hare airport workers have decided to wait until
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rights. holiday shoppers - expected to spend more money this year... the national retail federation estimates shoppers will each spend an average of 935-dollars during november and december this year. that's a nearly 4 percent increase from last year. online sales are expected to grow even more -- between 7- and 10-percent over last year -- to more than 117- billion-dollars. for more business news - go to fox 6 now dot com for a link to the business journal. adlib to wx weather precip will arrive this evening as a rain/snow mix inland then transition to rain overnight.
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area wednesday but accumulating snow is likely in northern wi, so be careful traveling. thanksgiving looks dry and seasonable but there is another chance for light rain/snow mix by black friday. tonight: light rain. breezy. low: 36 wind: se 10-15 mph wednesday:overcast with ran high: 42 wind: se 5-15 mph thursday: partly sunny. am low: 35 high: 43 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with light rain/snow showers. am low: 33 high: 41 wind: wnw 5-10 mph saturday:
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high: 45 wind: sw 5-10 mph sunday: increasing clouds with showers in the evening. am low: 34 high: 46 wind: s-se 5-10 mph precip will arrive this evening as a rain/snow mix inland then transition to rain overnight. rain showers will continue in our area is likely in northern wi, so be careful traveling. thanksgiving looks dry and seasonable but there is another chance for light rain/snow mix by black friday. tonight: light rain. breezy. low: 36 wind: se 10-15 mph wednesday:overcast with rain
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se 5-15 mph thursday: partly sunny. am low: 35 high: 43 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with light rain/snow showers. am low: 33 high: 41 wind: wnw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 30 high: 45 increasing clouds with showers in the evening. am low: 34 high: 46 wind: s-se 5-10 mph precip will arrive this evening as a rain/snow mix inland then transition to rain overnight. rain showers will continue in our area wednesday but accumulating
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careful traveling. thanksgiving looks dry and seasonable but there is another chance for light rain/snow mix by black friday. tonight: light rain. breezy. low: 36 wind: se 10-15 mph wednesday:overcast with rain showers likely. high: 42 wind: se 5-15 thursday: partly sunny. am low: 35 high: 43 wind: wnw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with light rain/snow showers. am low: 33 high: 41 wind: wnw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny. am low: 30 high: 45 wind: sw 5-10
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showers in the evening. am low: 34 high: 46 wind: s-se 5-10 mph anchors thanks weather just in time for thanksgiving- hundreds of cases of heinz brand gravy are being voluntarily recalled. it's because they have been mislabeled. the fda says some of the jars are labeled heinz pork gravy-- when they might actually be heinz homestyle bistro au jus gravy.
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as containing milk and soy. the gravy has best-buy dates of 12-28- 2017. giving never goes out of style -- but it gets amplified during the holiday season. and one group is making the holiday special for thousands... as beverly taylor reports -- people will get to enjoy the fruits of their labor this week. look at the stacks of boxes. this is the result of weeks of fundraising by alverno college's athlete advisory committee president samantha korn says they started collecting donations a few weeks ago. "everyday we sat outside of the commons and they can donate off of their meal plans any dollar amount that they'd like." ...and they gave a lot. ...as well as the faculty and staff-- and then, the food services matched that. so what you're seeing is boxes with 280 turkeys that have the potential to feed two thousand people. "it's really great that we can feed people in need.... and a little friendly competition
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"hands across the conference". athletes from the northern athletics collegiate conference try to "out donate" each other. alverno has come out on top-- and kept the traveling trophy for six years. "our goal is to win number seven because our student athletes take great pride in winning this trophy. :but more importantly helping families. :26 and have a great thanksgiving dinner." so, tuesday morning it was all about getting the turkeys to the hunger task force-- their designated charity. there was a lot of stacking them up them up...... and load them up....... "we have all that we need so why not help more." besides the monetary donations used to purchase the turkeys-- people in campus also donated non- perishable ite and put them in bins all across the campus. that food, too, was donated to the hunger task force. beverly taylor fox 6 news.
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8-point buck-- except it wasn't a buck at all. wayne douville doo-vill was hunting near abrams-- just north of green bay when he spotted the deer he first saw two years ago.douville managed to tag the deer-- and when he hung it up-- he discovered it wasn't a buck-- it was a doe! the dnr says the deer likely had a higher level of testosterone hormone than a normal female would have, and it expresses itself in a masculine way - hence the wayne douville this is the trophy of a lifetime. i said to my wife last night, you could live 10 lifetimes and not have this happen to you. douville isn't wrong. d-n-r officials say it was probably a 1 in 100-thousand chance. douville plans to have a full-body mount done on the doe. he says he hopes his wife will let him put it in the living room-- but that's probably a long shot. an audience member of "hamilton"
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saturday night. the incident happened during hamilton's "yorktown" song and the line that goes "immigrants, we get the job done." that's when theater police told security that 56-year-old john palmer disrupted the play. palmer was escorted into the lobby where his arrest was caught on camera. witnesses say he was heard saying things like: "our side won" and "if you didn't vote for trump, you don't belong here. an investigation is underway to determine if deputies violated any o after they tased a woman in a wheelchair. the incident-- which was caught on camera-- happened last week at a gas station in texas. sheketha holman says she started recording officers as they arrested her daughter. at one point they threw her phone into the car. several minutes later they tased her twice-- once while she was in the wheelchair and once when she was on the ground. the officers say she was resisting arrest. holman says she just wants justice for how she was treated.
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700- thousand sienna minivans in the u-s. the recall affects models made between 20-11 and 20-16. the company says there's a problem with the latch so the vehicle's sliding doors could open while it's moving. toyota officials haven't confirmed if the malfunction has caused any injuries or deaths. the car-maker says it will notify owners of the problem in mid-january. investigators are looking into a huge pile-up in northern china. more than 50 cars and trucks smashed into each other on links the region with beijing. at least 17-people were killed, and 37 injured. early reports blame the crash on snow and rain. and check this out - astonishing aerial footage shot in japan. you can see large waves - triggered by yesterday's 7.4 magnitude earthquake -- traveling up river in miyagi. the quake struck off japan's honshu island - bringing back traumatic
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2011 fukushima disaster. a decision about 'big health concern' in the city of milwaukee has been put on hold until next month. were talking about an ordinance to replace lead water service lines in residential homes. fox6s angelica sanchez tells us the mayors office is disappointed by this mornings outcome. 'whats happening in milwaukee is whats been happening in the nation in every housing built in the 1950s when we stopped using lead.' at tuesday's common council meeting aldermen expressed concern for the next steps in addressing the city's lead problem...which impacts an estimated 70-thousand homes. "we need to take action on this today and it is a tough vote." the proposed ordinance sponsored by alderman hamilton and bohl would make it mandatory to replace lead water service lines--- and imposing special
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property. for example the privately owned portion of a lead water service line must be replaced if a leak occurs. failure to do so could result in a fine. the city is offering to share the costs so the private owner only pays the lesser of one third of the average current cost or $1600. a payment plan would be worked out with the home owner. some aldermen feel constituents need more information before a vote is taken. "...if you ask one of your neighbors i can almost guarantee they are unaware of what is being imposed right now.' council voted to hold the ordinance for a vote until next officials with the mayors office aren't thrilled with. 'this is a big health issue theres a lot of concern about it...'i think were disappointed the mayor put this out as part of his 2017 budget. if council doesn't take action next month-- it's unknown what will happen to the funds and grants set aside to address the lead problem. 'that money will be in limbo we wont have a clear message to take to homeowners and residents.' angelica sanchez
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now at 10-- a 16-year-old girl the new effort to find her 3 weeks after she disappeared. plus-- it's the latest item on a long rap sheet. a man is accused of firing at police. and as it turns out-- he's been wanted for a while. and-- "there will never be closure" a doctor is arrested in connection a rocker's overdose at a west bend hotel. tonight the father of "three doors down" guitarist matt roberts speaks out.
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an easy sale. but when a milwaukee man went to close the deal on his car, he became the victim of a robbery. fox 6's ashley sears explains how a mistaken call from an uber driver helped catch the criminal. never had any issues it was supposed to be a normal car sale-- at 76th and oklahoma-- nats mechanic patrick berry met up with 20-year-old kumasi wallace after he responded to a craigslist ad. he says, 'can i look underneath but berry quickly realized there would be no sale-- he scared the heck out of me and just took off. berry tried chasing after--but lost sight of his stolen vehicle. when he was on his way to the police station--he got a phone call-- somebody calls me asking 'where are you?' i said '...i was just trying to sell a car here.' it turns out berry wasn't the only person looking for wallace. an uber driver called berry thinking it was the suspect.
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